I think I've found the answer to shiny healthy hair guys! First a little bit of background of the previous condition of my hair ⏪⏪⏪ I've always had pretty healthy locks and I've been on and off with dying my hair since my teens (always used boxed hair colour 😱😱😱)
Anyways, when I decided to use some foam hair dye a few years back, my hair eventually started to feel like STRAW. No matter how much I trimmed it, used all different oils and used treatment masks it just never felt the way it used to. So I packed in using hair dye and started growing it out to my au natural hair colour.
However, after a good 18 months without using my hair still looked and felt brittle and dry. I continued trimming, using even more products to smooth and strengthen my hair - but I still couldn't see any improvements. What the hell was going on with my hair?!
I was suggested to use Moroccan Oil after my Auntie had so many good things to say about the whole range! I tried out the volumising shampoo and conditioner and the oil in 'light'.
I truly felt instant results after one wash.
✅The ends of my hair no longer felt brittle, but instead super soft and smooth! It felt like my old hair again ❤️ 💁
✅ My comb and my straighteners ran straight through my hair without any force.
✅ Hair doesn't feel heavy, greasy or full of product.
✅ I dyed my hair after a few months of continuing to use the range and it still feels and looks great, and the best thing is people are also noticing it and telling me how great my hair is looking these days.
✅ Although quite pricey, one bottle of shampoo will last you at least a couple of months, and the conditioner lasted me 4 months!
✅ I haven't trimmed my hair for a while but the ends of my hair still looks and feels nice and healthy!
✅ 100000% recommend 👍
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